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    I think this is now becoming more urgent - Chrome and Firefox already support 1.3, and IE/Safari I'm sure won't be far behind (Safari already has it in the Tech Preview builds).

    Also Chrome, Firefox, Safari and IE are all removing TLS1.0 and TLS1.1 in Spring 2020, leaving only 1.2 on the table for Azure at that time.

    https://www.zdnet.com/article/chrome-edge-ie-firefox-and-safari-to-disable-tls-1-0-and-tls-1-1-in-2020/

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    I could really do with this having this option as well - I have access to directories for old clients, and also clients that no longer have subscriptions. In both cases I would like to revoke my access so that there is no risk of me picking a former client's directory by mistake when working on my own projects, or those of current clients.

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    Hello,

    We are working on a new capability that will allow customers to move Azure resources from one region to another. Could you please fill out this small survey so that we can find out more details on your requirements and assist you with your ask soon :)

    aka.ms/region-move-survery

    Cheers,
    Rajani,
    Program Manager – Azure Team

    Anonymous commented  · 

    We've recently gone through the same problem - it took a couple of days and extra cost from running two sets of machines to move from Europe to the UK. This feature would have been very welcome. I can imagine that moving would have been nearly impossible for write-heavy applications, but as our app is mostly data reads, we were able to make the manual move, albeit with some enforced downtime to prevent data sync issues.

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